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MIRIAM DUBROW

Miriam Dubrow, soprano, began her vocal training in Philadelphia with Margaret Poyner of the Curtis Institute and Julianne Baird. She continued her studies on scholarship at the Peabody Conservatory working with Phyllis Bryn-Julson and Wayne Conner. She has also won several singing fellowships, including invitations to the Tanglewood Music Center and the Israel Vocal Arts Institute in Tel Aviv, where she performed a series of Lieder concerts with the renowned pianist/conductor Martin Isepp and under sponsorship by the British Council. Proving herself a dynamic interpreter of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century music, ranging from ballads to opera and oratorio, she has performed throughout Europe, Mexico and Israel as well as across the United States. She performs extensively in Washington, DC, and appearances include a featured segment on the Mark Steiner Show on National Public Radio, a recital at the Kennedy Center and the French Embassy and Corcoran Gallery as Thalie in Rameau’s Platée with The Violins of Lafayette.

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